According to Hiroshi Tamura, the chief engineer of the Nissan Z project, the driver will definitely enjoy communicating with the car.
When creating the new Nissan Z, the designers paid a lot of attention to the interaction of the motorist with the car, and it is for this reason that they compare the car to a dancing partner. For those for whom dry numbers are more important than the thrill of the trip, the Z version is not suitable, according to the company.
The chief engineer of the Nissan Z project, Hiroshi Tamura, said that when developing a new generation sports car, his team “did not chase numbers.” The designers did not seek to amaze motorists with incredible technical data. Tamura also noted that the coupe turned out to be very fun to drive. The driver will definitely enjoy communicating with the car.
In its equipment, the model has a 3.0-liter engine with a capacity of 406 horsepower, which is combined with a manual transmission and rear-wheel drive.